December 4, 2010

Pictures from Johannesburg Global Day of Action

A few select pictures from today’s march through Johannesburg, demanding a solution to climate change (limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius) and an end to nuclear madness […]
November 27, 2010

Join us for the Global Day of Action (4th December 2010) and a Week of Climate Action

While world leaders of governments meet for the Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Cancun, Mexico from the 29th of November 2010 to the 10th December […]
October 15, 2010

Pictures from Anti-Sasol Day 2010

The annual anti-Sasol day continued on this year (12th Oct 2010). We really wish it wouldn’t, but, Sasol being Sasol, keeps on aiming to cook the […]
October 8, 2010

JOIN US! SASOL Day of Action 12 October 2010!!!

On Tuesday the 12th of October 2010 Earthlife Africa Jhb and partners will hold protests at: SASOLBURG – A procession march will starting at 10am at […]
September 3, 2010

Press Release: Government Secrecy Around PBMR Closure

Earthlife Africa Jhb 3rd of September 2010 On the First of September 2010, Cabinet held a “secret” session on the closure of the PMBR company. Earthlife […]
August 4, 2010

Press Release: $3.75 Billion World Bank Loan to Eskom to Face Full Enquiry

Press Release: $3.75 Billion World Bank Loan to Eskom to Face Full Enquiry groundWork, Earthlife Africa Jhb 4th of August 2010 The World Bank Inspection Panel […]
July 1, 2010

A response to the Nuke EIA

Eskom is doing an Environmental Impact Assessment for a new nuclear power station. Read Earthlife Africa Jhb’s response to this latest bout of insanity here. From […]
March 8, 2010

Free Basic Electricity Research Launched

Download this report: Free Basic Electricity Research March 2010 The Report assesses the 50kWh of free basic electricity suggested by Government for poor households. The rationale […]
February 18, 2010

South Africans say no to Eskom’s R29 billion World Bank loan

Communities, environmental groups, academics and NGOs today call on the World Bank to cease and desist from a proposed loan of R29 billion ($3.75 bn) to […]